Sunday, July 17, 2011

Fenway Park

We ended day 1 in Boston at a baseball game at Fenway Park.  We rocked our Black and Orange to show support for our team...The Baltimore Orioles and had a great time.

Fenway Park is a very old stadium with a lot of character and history.  I really enjoyed being able to go to the game and the fans were great.  No one heckled us....we got a little teasing but that was all in good fun and we played along....especially when we were down 8-0 in the first inning....UGH 
Here are a few pics from our night at the ballgame.

This street is on the outfield side of the ballpark....we were looking for Gate D...little's NOT between gates C and E!!
But I loved the party like atmosphere on this street....felt almost like a carnival.

We finally locate Gate D and entered the ballpark

We had great seats behind home plate and I loved the old seats that we sat in!!

We went up to the media room to see Casey and had an interesting view of the field from there....

While walking around the ballpark we kept seeing these little boxes for the Jimmy Fund....

I still don't know who Jimmy is....

And then we left the game....I was tired and kids were antsy and remember, I had been up since 2am!!

I want to say Thanks to all the Boston Fans who treated us so well!!!  We had an awesome time!!

Thanks for looking and let me know what you think about the pics.....or if you know who Jimmy is :)

1 comment:

  1. The Jimmy Fund started in 1948 when the Variety Club of New England (now the Variety Children's Charity of New England) and the Boston Braves baseball team joined forces to help a 12-year-old cancer patient dubbed "Jimmy." On a national radio broadcast, millions heard the boy visit with his heroes from the Braves as they stood by his hospital bed. Contributions poured in from people everywhere, launching an effort that continues to bring hope to thousands of children and adults facing cancer throughout the world.

    Join this more than 50-year tradition of support by making a gift to the Jimmy Fund.